Recently I had a chat with my good pal Tom Anderson, filmmaker and writer at FStoppers, about some of the ways audio and images can work together. If you've followed me or the blog for a while, you'll know I have a soft spot for sonification so it's only natural that this article resulted from … Continue reading Sonification Article on FStoppers
Here's a fun game, try to spot my face... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1Mi_1DbyR8
I was thrilled to be asked to score 2 60 second films in collaboration with The Globe Theatre for Earth Day 2021.
I'm now offering bespoke music creation on Ko-Fi!
How can you get a cleaner mix? How can I sound like a band when I'm just one person? What's the best way to promote new music?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JRoZ6F7xbtI I love making glitchy music. Even better now that I have a glitchy video setup to complement it. Here we have a semi-improvised, glitchy synth jam. Equipment used: Novation Circuit providing the beat; Korg Monologue for the bass with the Dark Star by Old Blood Noise Endeavours adding reverb; The reverb is modulated with … Continue reading Glitchy Synth Jam!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ai_IE2iQKk The Musical Endeavour is an experimental project, often swapping between or fusing genres. Bijou Bargain is an attempt to write a goovy piece of funk incoroporating elements of lofi and vapourwave. Released 26th March 2021 to all major digital platforms and probably some minor ones too. Track was written and mixed in Cubase by … Continue reading Bijou Bargain: The Musical Endeavour
Hey people, just wanted to share this article I wrote for Music Tech Magazine where I share examples of times Holywood set designers use music hardware in their sci-fi environemnts! Here's the intro: With their complex interfaces and shiny, animated LEDs, music equipment is a great choice for set designers looking for futuristic set design. … Continue reading Music Tech Magazine – Aliens, Superheroes & Spies
Today I had an article published on Podcasting Today, drawing on my audio background to help new podcasters choose the best mic for their new shows.
Here's a guide to the livestream setup I've been using to broadcast music production sessions for the last few years.